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  1. Things We Saw Today: Catwoman Loves Cat Memes

    Nyan Catwoman? Grumpy Catwoman?

    It makes sense that Catwoman's favorite Internet memes would be cat memes. Check out this Internet Catwoman print by artist, M.K. Matsumoto, which is available at the artist's Society 6 store for $18. (via Geek Alerts)

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  2. Ireland Becomes First Country On Earth to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage By Popular Vote

    Today's another one for the history books. In a popular vote of 62% in favor and 38% opposed, Ireland has become the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage as a nation.

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  3. The Mary Sue’s Favorite Comments of the Week: Neville’s Junk Is Our New Patronus

    We've had quite the week, commenters, but let's try to focus on the good times!

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  4. WeLoveFine’s Awesome Spider-Gwen Collection Hits the Jackpot

    ♫ Spider-Leth, Spider-Leth ♫

    WeLoveFine's Spider-Gwen line just became available for pre-order, and holy heck is it bad-ass.

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  5. The Rock at Age 15 Was Probably Frequently Mistaken for His School’s Gym Teacher

    How is this even possible? According to The Rock on Fallon, girls wouldn't even go out with him because they thought he was a 30-year-old narc. At age 15 in Nashville, Dwayne Johnson probably told people he wanted to be a pro wrestler, and everyone was like "well... yeah."

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  6. Chris Pratt Gets Drunk And Gives You Acting Lessons, Is Adorable

    Jurassically adorable.

    Ever wanted to know how to act appropriately scared of a T-Rex while also preposterously drunk on Fireball whiskey? Chris Pratt is here to teach you his ways!

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Tiny Turtles Eating Tiny Pancakes

    Need some syrup with that?

    Move over, Tiny Hamsters! In an entirely unrelated heap of cute, these tiny tortoises eat stacks of tiny pancakes. LOOK AT THEIR CUTE LITTLE TONGUES. (via Laughing Squid)

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  8. Race to Hitch Mountain: The Rock Marries Fan Couple in Surprise Ceremony

    Can you smell what The Rock is officiating?

    In general I'm not a fan of pranks, particularly ones that put the prank-ee in an initially uncomfortable position or require them to feign enthusiasm in front of a crowd, but considering the bride and groom's history of being epic Rock fans, I'm tentatively on board for this one. Besides, what says "true love" more than a ceremony filled with earthquake metaphors?

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  9. George Takei Praises Taylor Swift’s All-Female “Bad Blood” Video While Calling Out Marvel

    Band-Aids don't fix bullet holes.

    George Takei knows what's up. In this Tweet from a few days ago, Takei praises Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video for its all-girl cast (except for token featured dude, Kendrick Lamar), while seemingly referencing Marvel's lack of a Black Widow movie and/or any instance, really, of there being more than one or two women at a time doing anything action-y in a scene together without being otherwise surrounded by men.

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  10. Transgender Girls Officially Welcomed Into Girl Scouts, People Get Angry

    Because of course they do.

    The Girl Scouts of America has welcomed transgender girls into their ranks for quite some time now. However, this inclusiveness seems to only now be attracting some heat from conservative religious organizations in this past week.

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  11. 5 Ways That L.A.’s DomCon Is Just Like Every Comic Con You’ve Ever Been To

    This could be considered NSFW. You know, if you work somewhere BORING.

    You've heard before that there's a connection between the geek community and the kink community, and I've spoken about as much at comic cons before. Recently, I had the chance to go to my first DomCon - a professional and lifestyle domination convention in Los Angeles - in support of my digital series, Incredible Girl, and while I'd never been to DomCon before, it felt really familiar. After all, geeks go to cons all the time, right?

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  12. Things We Saw Today: GWENPOOL

    Marvel's Spider-Gwen variants keep getting better and better. This one is for Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars #2, by Bobby Rubio. (via Newsarama)

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  13. Things We Saw Today: BATMAN THE RIDE

    DARKNESSSSSSSSS

    "MY PARENTS ARE DEEEEEEeeeeeaaaaadddddd!" (via Neatorama)

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  14. “100 Years of Hair and Makeup” Series Looks at the Fashions of the Philippines

    Cut Video has done it again!

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  15. Paper Towns Cast and Creative Team to Join John Green at This Year’s BookCon

    After the super successful The Fault in Our Stars panel at last year's inaugural BookCon, Fox revealed in April that John Green would be returning to the Con this year for a Paper Towns panel--and now The Mary Sue is pleased to announced that members of Paper Towns' cast and creative team will be present as well.

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  16. Nathan Fillion Goes All Don Draper in New Online Short Film Man on the Moon

    Nostalgia!

    This new Tyler Shields short for The Andrew Weiss Gallery is part of their new Historical Fiction display, and stars our fave, Nathan Fillion. Set the day of the moon landing (that's July 24, 1969), Fillion gets all Mad Men and comes way closer to the DB Cooper ending we wanted than Draper ever did.

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  17. The Mary Sue Interview: Meg Cabot on Her Middle-School Princess, and Her First-Ever Princess Diaries Novel for Adults

    Mia Thermopolis was my soul mate growing up; I read every Princess Diaries book countless times, growing up with the reluctant Princess, and even loved Anne Hathaway's bushy-haired movie iteration. Now, Meg Cabot is returning to the world of Genovia with a new book for middle-grade readers - and even one for all of us old fans, too.

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  18. UK Toy Company Aims to Represent Disabled Kids in New Line of 3D-Printed, Customizable Dolls

    Just the beginning.

    In response to Toy Like Me, a Facebook campaign run by parents of disabled children and calling for "greater diversity in the toy box," UK toy company Makies has expanded their line to include hearing and walking aids for dolls as well as a doll with a birthmark.

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Cute Wearable Tech That Tracks Everything – Including Your Reproductive Health

    Bellabeat’s LEAF is a new wearable that tracks your breathing, stress, sleep, activity – as well as your periods, contraception intake, ovulation periods, and more. Thanks for remembering some of us ladies have particular reproductive health needs, Bellabeat! (via Laughing Squid) Matthew McConaughey says he’s been reading DC and Marvel scrips, but is just waiting […]

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  20. Things We Saw Today: Anna Kendrick Wrecks James Corden in The Late Late Show‘s Own Riff-Off

    Stop, collaborate and listen.

    Oh, Anna Kendrick. You're fresh off your recent Pitch Perfect 2 premiere, and here you come to destroy James Corden in the worst way.

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